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Backchannel interaction

Posted on 05 Sep 2013 with 0 comments
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A study of interactions among students, and between students and teachers during synchronous onsite and virtual classes highlighted some very clear student interaction preferences. The study revealed some interesting findings about backchannel features of digital online services such as text, audio and video which can improve student participation and learning.


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